How They Blew It

Jeffrey Goldberg of The New Yorker provides a look at how Karl Rove, Newt Gingrich, Tom DeLay, and George W. Bush trashed the Republican Revolution.

Maybe this quote from Tom DeLay sums it up:

“The Schiavo case was one of my proudest moments in Congress.”

Read the rest of the article here.

Cross-posted from Bark Bark Woof Woof.

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4 responses to “How They Blew It

  1. larkohio

    When you think you know everything, lie over and over again, accuse anyone who challenges you of being unpatriotic, and have amazing arrogance, the people revolt. When you pile on the ineptitude of this Administration, not securing the borders, Katrina, the war in Iraq, people say, “You really want us to stick with you? You gotta be kidding me.” They think we are stupid, and we think they are delusional.

  2. I finished the piece last night, and it really is a valuable read. Republicans differ on several issues, but they all believe in self-delusion.

  3. Concerning that graphic:

    While I’m happy that the artist had the good taste not to do that way, a more accurate depiction would have had Newt with his pants around his ankles.

  4. oddjob

    “The Schiavo case was one of my proudest moments in Congress.”

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    What a perfectly craptastic example of everything vile about His Hubris!

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